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Mystery Cats 3: More Feline Felonies

by Cynthia Manson (Editor)

Other authors: Lilian Jackson Braun (Contributor), Hugh B. Cave (Contributor), Patricia Highsmith (Contributor), Edward D. Hoch (Contributor), Lael J. Littke (Contributor)12 more, Frances Lockridge (Contributor), Richard Lockridge (Contributor), Leslie Meier (Contributor), Ingram Meyer (Contributor), Barbara Owens (Contributor), Edgar Pangborn (Contributor), Charles Peterson (Contributor), Steven Saylor (Contributor), Lee Somerville (Contributor), Theodore Sturgeon (Contributor), Jimmy Vines (Contributor), Manly Wade Wellman (Contributor)

Series: Mystery Cats (3)

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Manson, CynthiaEditorprimary authorall editionsconfirmed
Braun, Lilian JacksonContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Cave, Hugh B.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Highsmith, PatriciaContributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
Hoch, Edward D.Contributorsecondary authorall editionsconfirmed
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You have before you the thrid book in the ever popular Mystery Cats series.
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The caller / Hugh B. Cave
The Alexandrian cat / Steven Saylor
The nile cat / Edward D. Hoch
The searching cats / Frances and Richard Lockrdge
Who killed Wee Winky? / Barbara Owens
Professor Kreller's secret / Ingram Meyer
The black cat / Lee Somerville
Phut phat concentrates / Lilian Jackson Braun
A feline felony / Lael J. Littke
The cat in the bag / Charles Peterson
The witch's cat / Manly Wade Wellman
Chocolate / Leslie Meier
Helix the cat / Theodore Sturgeon
Between a cat and a hard place / Jimmy Vines
The empty birdhouse / Patricia Highsmith. Mrrrar! / Edgar Pangborn.

Cats just seem to have a nose for crime (after all, they can always smell a rat). So Mystery Cats returns with a third volume featuring more "pick of the liter" tales of murder, mayhem, and meows.

Bestselling author Lilian Jackson Braun shows how the sinuous Siamese Phut Phut puts his mind to solving a robbery...and maybe gets his teeth into it too.
Edward D Hoch provides a chilling motive for a killing in a museum's Egyptian wing done while the cold ruby eyes of a sacred cat statue look on knowingly.
Patricia Highsmith depicts an eerie tale of a mysterious creature who inhabits a couple's home and serves as a constant reminder of their guilt.
Then Frances & Richard Lockridge, creators of Mr. and Mrs. North, use a house cat's insatiable curiosity to provide a purr-plexed police detective with the one clue that determines who killed a rich old man.

And in twelve other tales, a cat gives a criminal reason to "paws" ...and gives us a collection that's a terrific tabby treat from first page to last!
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